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haiti's capal, taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and leaving millions more without water food, and shelter. during our time in public service, we've witnessed firsthandthe exy generosity of the amerin people in the face of tragedy, here at home and around t world. and in the aftermath of the earthquake, once again americanr in the spirit of our common humanity that is so characteristic of ourreat nation. but there's still so much to do. we must continue helping those most in nee while also focusing on the longerm recovery of the people of haiti. please join the clinton bush haiti fund and other organizatns as we answer this urgent call to help the people of haiti. give now, because there's an opportunit for the people of haiti to build what they want to become, not just rebuild what they used to be thank you thank you. >> carolyn: greed paid off at the box office this weekend "wall street, money never sleeps" led a cop of newcomers. it re unites oliver stone and micel douglas. it beat out the lengthend of the guaians. the owls of a ga'hoole. that too in 16.3 million
have the honor of welcoming rene preval, president of the republic of haiti and invite him to this assembly. >> mr. president, mr. secretary general, at your excellences comet heads of state and governments -- your excellencies, heads of states and governments, may i first feature be to the memory of hundreds of thousands of haitians and those who came to help, the united nations staff, about 100 u.n. staff? i would mention specifically the special representative of the secretary general. they all lost their lives during the earthquakes that struck 80 on january 12 blast. truck haiti on truck haiti on january 12 last. every human tragedy offers the possibility of solidarity. on behalf of the people of haiti and my personal behalf, i would like to thank all of the people and governments across people and governments across the world , ranging from the dominican republic to the ends of the earth who came to our assistance. the assistance was crucially important for us, particularly during the first few weeks when there was a very extreme sense of need and urgency. may i also
, find out how you can vote now. see how one of last year's heros is making a real difference in haiti. >>> plus you've seen the heart breaking images, a mom's desperate bid to save her family trying to withdraw $15,000 from her bank. she was later killed along with her two daughters. tonight, new video never made public until today showing one of the suspects when "360" continues. not aleve. nothing lasts longer than advil. pain relief that lasts. one more reason to make advil your #1 choice. loves to tell everyone how drivers can get discounts up to 40 percent. your neighbors -- your neighbors can tell you, too. they're probably some of state farm's 40 million drivers. so talk to them. then call a state farm agent like me. call her. everyday i eat your soups, i save a lot of money. that's great. so, your rich and hearty soups have made me, rich and hearty. that's funny. i'm hearty because of your juicy steak, your potatoes... you're really, rich and happy. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. ♪ who's born to care this life was protected... ♪ seems you've alway
prescription would be too burdensome. >> a heartbreaking story. >> and back from haiti butz months after the devastating earthquake in haiti, one local woman is still helping victims khiel. >> she just recently returned from haiti and she told us a bit about her experience. >> such a unique story. the earthquake in haiti have been almost nine months ago, but people there are still waiting for medical care. one local doctor just got back from helping. >> she's 21 years old and just now getting the chance to walk. >> this one woman lost both of her legs. she is like so many who lost their lives in the january earthquake. -- lost their legs in the january earthquake. we first introduced you to this doctor in may. but she left the d.c. and spent three and a half months in haiti, working alongside people lost hands, feet, and legs in the earthquake. >> we had a 12-year-old who lost her family and her leg above the knee. >> they worked together every day and live together in a house. >> i get to see the bright side of things after such a tragedy. >> children, women and men wear their with her
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out how you can vote now. see how one of last year's heros is making a real difference in haiti. >>> plus you've seen the heart breaking images, a mom's desperate bid to save her family trying to withdraw $15,000 from her bank. she was later killed along with her two daughters. tonight, new video never made public until today showing one of the suspects when "360" continues. ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >>> the top ten cnn heroes of 2010 have just been announced today. it's the fourth year we've searched for those daring to change the world for the better and we count on you to pick the top hero. first, a look at the impact a cnn hero can have. one of last year's heroes is a former bartender from north carolina who started saving money to give people on two other continents something we take for granted, clean water. now he's taking his wine to water program to haiti. take a look. >> this is a wine to water in a filter pure factory here in haiti. it's ver
had to start off the year with the disaster in haiti. this must be put a real strain on your services where you do? howff -- where you do not have all that you need already. >> first, and very grateful for the resources that we have. the country has invested heavily in the a coastguard, particularly since september 11, 2001. we have about 40,000 people and just the people alone give us the capacity to take on these challenges. plus about as i said earlier, we build a very versatile -- plus, as i said earlier, we build a a very versatile aircraft and ships. as far as haiti, we already had ships down there on drug missions and it was very easy to redeploy them. i do not think we will never have enough resources to do every mission that we are assigned 100%. that is where our job comes from. based on our career, we got all those missions -- we've got all those missions on any given day. >> in terms of homeland security, what do you see as your role? >> we have a love of the statutory permission areas -- 11 a statutory mission areas. it could be broadly stated that our 11 mission areas ha
not my choice. next time on... the imes from haiti are heart-breaking-- homes, hospitals, andchools destroyed; families searching for loved ones; parents trying to feedheir children. but we can all do something. we can help the american red cro as it delivers the food, water, and dicine that can save lives. donate $10 by texting "haiti" to 9-0-9-9-9. visit redcross.o or call 1-800-red-css. thanks for your help.
mortgages. elizabeth warren joins us live in ten minutes. >>> rebuilding haiti. eight months after a devastating earthquake, how much progress is being made and is the world doing enough to help? jason carroll just ahead. >>> we have the a.m. fix blog ahead. head to cnn.com/amfix. >>> up first this morning, laying out the blueprint. today, republican leaders will tell voters how they would govern if they take about congress in november, in a 21-page pledge to america. >> yes, we have a copy here at cnn. it basically plans to unravel, in some cases, president obama's first two years in office. it first starts by a saying, quote, the arrow go and out of touch government of self-appointed elites makes decisions issues mandates and e-mails laws without. >> and that means big changes are finally kick in for you. that could reignite the fight over reform just in time for the midterm elections. jim acosta live for us in washington breaking it down. good morning, jim. >> good morning, john and kiran. no big parties for the six-month anniversary of health care reform today, a slew of provis
is making a real difference in haiti. >>> plus you've seen the heart breaking images, a mom's desperate bid to save her family trying to withdraw $15,000 from her bank. tonight, new video never made public until today showing one of the suspects when "360" continues. ♪ we could've gone a more traditional route... ... but it wouldn't have been nearly as memorable. ♪ 20 minutes later, she'll bring one into the world in seattle. later today, she'll help an accident victim in kansas. how can one nurse be in all these places? through the nurses she taught in this place. johnson & johnson knows, behind every nurse who touches a life... there's a nurse educator... who first touched them. ♪ you're a nurse ♪ you make a difference >>> the top ten cnn heroes of 2010 have just been announced today. it's the fourth year we've searched for those daring to change the world for the better and we count on you to pick the top hero. first, a look at the impact a cnn hero can have. one of last year's heroes is a former bartender from north carolina who started saving money to give people on two other c
ever twitter celebrity auction for haiti launched just last hour. it has 150 celebrities on board and it's getting millions of hits and you'll meet the man behind it, shaun king. he made his mission very possible. >>> also reggie bush gives up his heisman trophy? how do you feel about that? i'll tell you how i feel about it coming up in my "xyz." >>> but first for a tiny state of new hampshire passed a mighty big shadow on politics right now, so we shouldn't be surprised that it's still our lead story one of day after a slate of primaries in seven states and the district of columbia. minutes ago the new hampshire secretary of state certified that kelly ayotte, a former state attorney general, the winner of new hampshire's senate primary. however, the second place finisher, he has about three more hours to contest that or forever hold his peace. he's backed by the party and the state's biggest party while ayotte is backed by national republicans as well as sarah palin. other big winners delaware. talking about tiny states today making big headlines. delaware, the tea party darling
for president of haiti. at a recent show wyclef jean hit back at sean penn questioning his ability to do the job by singing, quote, maybe he ain't seen me in haiti because he was too busy sniffing cocaine. >>> finally george clooney, "the american" took number one at the box office labor day weekend with $16 million. >>> and this comes to us from wtvj news channel 6 in miami, florida, where one athlete stands out from the rest. lance is training to compete with thousands expected to participate in this year's new york city's marathon in november, but not having legs is the least of his worries. the 17-time marathon participant says all he's focused on is harnessing his strength to adapt to lives challenges and hopefully with his skateboard and hockey gloves he'll inspire a few people along the way. scott, i have a feeling he already has. >> good for him. what a great story. >> did you see that when he's on the board doing the push-ups the strength it must take? well, wishing him good luck and that definitely inspires a lot of folks today. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your firs
's going on right now that could get you a celebrity tweet. they're raising money for haiti. that's the video we're showing you. also, they have websites out there for black, for white, for jewish, for hispanic, but what about for the unattractive. the look behind the scenes of uglyschmucks.com. we'll explain that in a bit. >>> but can you spell murkowski? alaska's senator, lisa murkowski, hoping her supporters can, and she launches now a write-in campaign to try to keep her job. she lost the republican primary to a tea party-backed candidate. joe miller is the name. sarah palin backed joe miller. a tea party spokesperson said the people of alaska have already fired lisa, but lisa called on alaskans who didn't vote out in the primary to turn out for her next month. >> i will be the first one to admit to you that in the primary campaign we made some mistakes. we talked about ourselves. we talked about me a lot. but we didn't educate alaskans about the extremist views that were held by mr. miller. and when he swung, i didn't swing back. well, ladies and gentlemen, friends and suppor
that came to deal with this. there was also the major disaster in haiti. the coast guard was involved in it for a long time. then you have this unplanned continues situation in the gulf. this may have put a strain on your resources. how has the coast guard learned to deal with this? >> i am very grateful for the resources we have. the country has invested heavily in the coast guard since september 11, 2001. we have up to 40 two thousand people. the people alone give us a greater capacity -- we have about 42,000 people. the people alone give us a greater capacity to do these things. in the case of haiti, we had ships that were already deployed down there, either on counter- drug mission or alien migration missions. it was easy for us to flip the switch overnight and deploy them to force parents -- to port-au- prince harbor. i do not think we will ever have enough resources to do every mission 100%. that is where our job comes in, based on our experience, throughout our career, we used our party's -- we use our sense of priority on any given day. >> in terms of homeland security, what d
in haiti was devastating. and with over 200,000 people that lost their lives. but following haiti in february, with chile with a much more powerful earthquake, what we saw was the los of life was so much less and i think there's explanations for that. chili -- chile as a nation had more resiliency. how do we build resiliency. san francisco wants to model our plan more on chile's to build re seal yankees we need to identify our vulnerabilities. here's the problem. we know that when an earthquake strikes in san francisco, it is not going to be affecting everybody the same way. there are different areas of the city that have soil condition that is are going to be amplifying the damage. there are different cities -- parts of the city that are mare resistant and others that are less resistant and they'll have difficulties coping with the disaster. the goal of our project is really to better identify the areas in the populations in the city that are at greatest risk about and to better prepare our vulnerable populations, to not only be able to survive a disaster but be an active partici
. >>> elsewhere, "gawker" reports, still stinging from his rejected bid to run for president of haiti, at a recent show wyclef jean hit back at sean penn for questioning his ability to handle the job by singing of penn, quote, maybe he ain't seen me in haiti because he was too busy sniffing cocaine. >>> and, finally, it's official, confounding the so-called experts. george clooney's, "the american" took number one at the box office this labor day weekend with $16 million. >>> and this comes to us from wtvj news channel 6 in miami, florida, where one athlete stands out from the rest. lance is training to compete with thousands expected to participate in this year's new york city marathon in november, but not having legs is the least of his worries. the 17-time marathon participant says all he's focused on is harnessing his strength to adapt to life's challenges, and hopefully with his skateboard and hockey gloves he'll inspire a few people along the way. i think he will. i'm lynn berry, this is "today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> there are some things you just do
experience and certainly through new orleans and then haiti and then chile that san francisco is looked upon as a very generous city. we are and must be and always will be because are expected disaster we are preparing for, but in the practice, we are also offering our highest corporation -- cooperation, so again, we are called upon, and appropriately, we have created our own san francisco gives back the we have launched, and that we will continue to utilize for the cooperation of groups here today, card being the community press agency responding to disaster, so it is an umbrella group, and i know lisa was here today, and can report specifically on the things that have been done thus far. >> community agencies responding to disasters -- our day-to-day mission is to prepare nonprofits and faith based organizations for disasters. of course, we all worry about the disaster that the san andreas fault with participate -- precipitate, which would devastate regionally. we also in that same vein prepare for more confined emergencies, such as what happened last night in san bruno. sf card, just like
and help them? >> well, i will tell you the story. first of all, i have been living in haiti since january, we were successful in leveraging 17 airplanes and 3 million pounds of aid and i have seep a lot going on there. but to go back to the trafficking story, back last summer, i was on our humanitarian mission in cambodia, humanitarian missions every month, and our team found a little girl that was living with no clothes, no hair and we learned later, name. she was living like an animal on the dirt underneath a house where she had been abandoned by her mother who had worked in the karaoke bars nearby. the neighbors told us that the mother hopes somebody will take her had, we did and get her a safe house and i went to thailand, and i saw so many of the young girls that had been says basically sold into slavery by their families, working in the night markets of thailand so famous. i went back and read in our union newsletter a group called innocent at risk and spearheading a flight attendant initiative to train flight attendants in this issue i called debra sigman, and invite herd on my nex
have this great protocol that generated a lot of resources for shady -- haiti and for what occurred in the gulf, katrina. we make that available for all city employees and ask that to the extent that they are willing, that they make themselves available to help those that are in need. under the circumstances, again, i just want to tip my hat to all of your around this room, and thank you to pg&e. the big take away here is now we need to know our assets. we need to know about our infrastructure, and we need to work collaborative live together so that this never occurs anywhere else ever again. -- we need to work collaboratively so that this never happens again. i appreciate both of you willing to be here under this circumstance. >> [inaudible] mayor newsom:: thank you. 9/11 commemoration tomorrow. she's, you are doing a number of things. perhaps you could just let folks know. >> certainly. tomorrow is the day that none of us will forget and none of us should forget. at every fire station in the city, we have 43, including our station on treasure island. all of our members and the pub
such as the haiti earthquake. we dus all this now with patrick rooney, executive director of the center on philanthropy at indiana university, and steve hol chief operating officer and executive vice president of global operations for the humanitarian organization care. steve holing worth, i'll start with you. give us up an update. where the greatest needs that you see and what aid is getting through now? >> well, as you know, the emergency has really unfolded from some of the most remote himalayan valleys right down into the fertile indus river plain. the needs are all along that flood plain area and the situation is changing i think quite rapidly, improving in the swat valley, improving near the himalayas and access is improving in collaboration with a lot of international actors. the big concern now i think is more in the punjab area and in the sind area largely because of the dense populations that you have there. the populations would have been living in flood-prone areas vulnerable to the river flooding for some time. frankly they're being displaced now in huge numbers. millions o
of the other programs up for the honor was "hope for haiti." what if you had beaten hope for haiti? >> what was i supposed to do? take that, haiti! there's no hope for you, haiti! i got your hope, haiti, look at this. >> larry: let's take a call for wanda sykes. port saint lucie, florida, hello. >> caller: hi, wanda, not only are you the best comedian, you're the best comedian out there and you have the best laugh. but my question stems from this. >> thank you. >> caller: when president obama was elected, i was so proud this country was progressive enough to elect a nonwhite elderly man. and now during this situation where he's being attacked from all ends, the tea party, these nonissues about the birth certificates. how do we cope with that? and get the facts out there? >> you know, thank you, and we really need to do something, because i don't know if you've noticed, but he's, like, getting gray and everything and wrinkly. he's turning into an old white man. we're like watching this happen. gray hair, wrinkles. >> larry: it will age anybody. >> yeah, the stress. i think the same energy th
. to raise $45,000 for those in need in haiti. she says she's not sore at all. she did a lot of good getting money for those kids in haiti. let's give juju a big hand. >> that is so fantastic. what an accomplishment, what a feat. >> a lot of colleagues here at abc. good morning, america, i'm george stephanopoulos. >>> tory johnson is back with five success stories. these are five people who made it big time by working in direct sales. she shows you how to do it, too. we were talking earlier it's the re-emergence of avon. >>> and how a promise to her dying sister for breast cancer. she has a personal story in a very personal book coming up. george, you have something special too. >> we do. we've been telling everybody how pepsi is awarding millions of dollars in grantses each year. this month, they're doing is, everybody getting a grant there is making a positive impact in the community. we want to introduce you to another recipient. for 12 years now, talented string musicians and pianists have come together for a very special experience for the credo music camp. 80 young people spent three w
in congressional approved aid for haiti. supplemental request for haiti reconstruction passed the senate in may and the house in july, but a measure to direct how the money is spent was held up after it was anonymously tabled for further review. the associated press reports that senator coburn, a doctor, pulled the measure over concerns about a $5 million provision that he says could waste taxpayer dollars. the u.s. has not delivered a cent of the 1.1 $5 billion in new aid for haiti a pledge to earlier this year. at the six people were killed and over a thousand tarps and to bring shelters were destroyed when a storm hit the capital last week. the prominent colombian senator has spoken out about her removal from the colombian senate and 18-year ban from public office. inspector general ousted her last week for allegedly aiding members of the farc. cordoba has been a leading critic of former president uribe and the u.s.-backed drug war in colombia. her mediation efforts have helped three hostages held by the farc. tuesday, she vowed to remain in talks with the rebels. >> to all the hostages in t
. >> you are still in haiti? >> we are still in haiti. we have the dollars to take experts and put them on the ground. w are transferring our knowledge. you can't believe what it is like to transfer skis of demolition and rebuilding to young haitian kids who are like sponges for the knowledge. the need is so great. you can see these guys on jack a ammerstear them apart and put them back together and they need to take it back to their community. are building from grass roots. >> ere are no losers in this, right? >> it is positive stuff. not only what i get out of it by giving back, but the people we are giving to and they learn the tradeti kid in the haiti are learning the trade of demolition. the country needs a massive amount of demolition and we teach them how to do it and they teach somebody else. it continues to help people. >> where are you going today? >> we'll go to mass today and then down to the site and meet with friend and others that gather on this day. >> it is great for to you retire after 25 years and i think you are at your best in the 40 50s . the stuff you know and you
the press." >> thank you, david. >> looking to discuss the clinton global initiative and your work in haiti. i wanted to begin our political discussion with some reaction to you on hearing general powell with significant developments inside the republican party after this turbulent primary season. what do you make of it? >> first of all, i think that a lot of the voters who are voting for the tea party candidates have really good impulses. that is, they believe that for years and years and years people with wealth and power or government power have done well and ordinary people have not. that's true. they believe those in the republican party believe that they talked a good game about balancing the budget, but the debt was quadrupled in the 12 years before i became president and we paid down the debt for four years, paid down $600 billion on the national debt. and then a republican was in again and they doubled the debt again. there's a good impulse there. we have come out of this recovery, to some extent, but 70% of our gdp growth has been regained from what was lost but ordinary people ar
,000 -- haiti's earthquake, when a tremor killed 220,000. new zealand's strict building regulations on out of play save lives, -- undoubtedly saved lives. >> you are not sure if it is going to be saved. >> new zealand may have escaped lightly, but the repair bill will be huge. >> stay with us if you can. still plenty to worry about. the trapped miners are having their second months trapped underground. france is standing firm on security policy, despite a weekend of protests against the government crackdown on role of migrants -- roma migrants. people in romania are expressing their anger. >> he had a steady income. the french police gave him of bleak choice. leave or be expelled. now he is determined to return. >> many come from villages like this one. for years france has represented a lifeline for the forest of the four. -- poorest of the poor. some have no proof. >> france and other countries have to stop this action in europe. europe has not tried to support this in another country. >> some are lying low, preparing for their return. when the wind blows against them, they wait for it t
. bright and sunny through the day tomorrow. haiti degrees for a high temperature. -- 82 degrees for a high temperature. a cold front comes through saturday. >>> i was traveling this weekend, but i did see they were tied 27-27. >> there were a lot of good things that happens in this ball game. ted williams injured his knee yesterday and had an mri. there is no structural damage in the knee. we will get a better idea on wednesday if he will be back for sunday's game with st. louis. no structural damage according to the mri. everybody in washington is still trying to figure out how the redskins blue 8 lead against the texans. -- blew a lead against the texans. they lost that battle. >> is difficult, but that is why you are in the nfl. there is not really anything you can say about it. it doesn't really matter. if you get behind him, he will box you out. you decide to make the play. >> back kick should have ended the game. the second time, at he pushes it right. it should have been the game winner. >> i am a little disappointed. if i dwell on what happened, it will affect me for the next week.
to talk about oar issue, haiti. why is it taking so long, in a nutshell, for that country to get back on its feet? >> there are i would say three reasons. first of all, everyone needs to understand that the third of the country that was devastated, 35% of the population was all in the city concentrated, and housing always takes longer. when i became president, hurricane andrew, we still had people in temporary housing in florida a year later. second, haiti had no mortgage system. the ownership was unclear. and we've got the streets full of rubble and we have to rebuild the infrastructure, like water and sewer. third, the donors are having their own economic problems, and that's slowing the flow of aid. we are going to have a housing expo in october. we are going to have land set aside forking about right outside the city center, and i think you will see this thing really pick up in the next few months. >> woodruff: and once it does, does haiti have the capacity to spend that money productive right now? >> not right now, but that's why we're trying to run it through a commission and or
,000. the salahis say 8% will go to the clinton/bush haiti fund. the dress will be put on sale october 2. steve rudin joins us with the weather. i cannot see spending $3,000 on that dress. it is a sorry story. >> exactly. >> a happy day with the weather. our temperatures are going to reject our temperature is falling into the forties out in the mountains tonight. it is going to be even colder for tomorrow morning. that would be monday morning. this is our weatherbug network reston 69 degrees. winds gusting at 10 miles per hour earlier this evening. upper northwest is cooling down to 64 degrees. humidity not much of a factor. rehobeth beach 68 at this hour. it feels comfortable up side even though it is past midnight. 85 degrees was our high temperature on saturday. normally, we see a high of 83. the record was 95, set in 2008. temperatures across the mid atlantic are cooler. pittsburg at 67. ocean city 61. the core of the cold air across the great lakes in chicago and detroit. we will see cooler temperatures tomorrow night into monday morning, labor day morning. a big warmup by tuesday, wednesd
everyone, thank you for joining us. >> until next week everyone, good-bye and g g we all know haiti was hit by a devastating earthquake. tens of thousandsf haitians have died, and that number is rising. we don't have time to sit around and talk about what we can do to help. you can help by donating today. and talk about what we can do to help.
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